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This is the largest piece of Maple Burlwood that Mr. Robinson has turned so far. He tried to keep as much of the material as possible and made it as large as he could.

There were lots of bark inclusions in this piece of wood, so resin was used to fill the spaces where the bark inclusions were chipped out.

Maple burl wood turned vase

As the piece was turned it showed more bark inclusions, those were filled with Milliput epoxy putty. Once cured it can be turned and sanded and it comes out smooth and polishes nicely.

This burl vase measures 9 3/4″ tall and 9 5/8″ wide.

Artist: Harry Robinson

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